How You Can Win the Ultimate Children's Playhouse

How You Can Win the Ultimate Children’s Playhouse


Really, how could you not?

Changing Children’s World Foundation and Tri-City Family Services are offering an opportunity to do exactly that, and the winning ticket will be drawn at the Jazz in the Pavilion event set for 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, at Pottawatomie Park in St. Charles.

Designed by Jessica Hall-Jungmann of Cabinetry Boutique and custom built by Josh Hall and John Hall Jr., this 12-foot-6-inch-tall playhouse is “Old World on the outside and smart on the inside.” The winner will also get local delivery and professional installation.

The playhouse has been making the rounds at number of area events this summer and just might be the most sought-after playhouse in Kane County history. Only 1,200 tickets will be sold, but you’ll have a chance to get one prior to the drawing. Tickets are $20 each, and if you buy nine, you get one free.

To purchase tickets, call 630-909-9411 or click here for more information.

About the Changing Children’s World Foundation

CCWF strives to improve children’s worlds through awareness raising, education and training, and advocacy to advance more peaceful families and communities. Programs address a universal need for all families, with an especially high benefit for high-risk communities, to understand their child’s needs and to give caregivers the confidence that they can support their child’s successful, maximum development. Often, CCWF provides the foundation for participants in our program to give their children more positive life opportunities and experiences than they themselves had. CCWF strives to reduce the incidence of family violence, maltreatment and neglect through strengthening the capacity of parents, caregivers and communities to care for children’s health and emotional well-being.

About TriCity Family Services

For nearly 50 years, TriCity Family Services (TCFS) has been Kane County’s leading provider of counseling and other mental health services to clients of all ages and all income levels.

Its experienced team of professional therapists provides the residents of central Kane County and other neighboring Chicago-area communities with counseling, Family-Based Treatment for Eating Disorders, emotional wellness workshops and support groups, and employee assistance programs.

As a community-based, non-profit agency, TCFS accepts most major insurance plans, offers sliding-scale fee adjustments, and does not deny services based on an inability to pay.

TCFS is committed to helping clients strengthen themselves, their families and their communities.